Facial recognition technology is improving by leaps and bounds.
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Sorelle Friedler, a computer scientist at Haverford College and a reviewing editor on Ms. CHANG: One recurring issue though we keep seeing is facial recognition technology that misidentifies people of color much more frequently than it misidentifies white people. Hard Fork. Skip to main content.
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CHANG: Now, I feel like I'm seeing facial recognition pop up a lot more recently - not just on smartphones but in airport security systems, for example. And if facial recognition gets it wrong, there are other methods in place like fingerprint, iris, ear, and palm recognition. Clearly authentication is vitally important, but it is consuming increasing amounts of our daily lives. If the faces match, the gates open.